UP board result 2021 class 10: Go online to check your marksheet on official website
UP board result 2021 class 10: Students have been waiting anxiously for the declaration of their result and now the time is almost near. It has been a very long year marked by online classes and all around uncertainty about how the students will be evaluated after the Covid 19 pandemic ensured that virtually no physical classes happened through the entire academic year. However, most of that is over and although there is a high risk of 3rd Covid 19 wave hitting India that might affect future academic progress, what students can now look forward to is their results and the same will be available on official website to all students. What they will need is a smartphone and a working Internet connection in order to access it online.
UP board result 2021 class 10: How to check online
The UP board has made all the arrangements to make available class 10 results to everyone through the online mode. Authorities are expected to make the announcement soon. Students simply have to log in to find out how they have performed as the marksheets will be displayed there.
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To check their class 10 result online, students can go to the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) official website, which is upmsp.edu.in, to check their performance in class 10. Students will need to keep handy their roll numbers and provide all the other details as requested on the website before they can get access to their scoresheet.
Not just that, they should also download the document properly for future use.
UP board result 2021 class 10: Declaration date
The Supreme Court has ordered state boards, including UP board, to announce the results by July 31. The order was passed on June 24, 2021. It is expected then that the UP board too will declare its result on that date or before that.
UP board result 2021 class 10: What is the evaluation formula?
UP board class 10 evaluation formula was explained by none other than the UP Dy CM Dinesh Sharma. He said, "For class 10, 50 per cent of marks obtained in class 9 and 50 per cent of marks obtained in pre-board of class 10 will be considered."
Sharma also revealed, as per PTI, that an 11-member committee was constituted to make the formula. The committee received as many as 3,910 suggestions in this regard.
Sharma also said that no merit list will be announced for the 2021 examinations.